The Centre of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR), the Embassy of Japan and the Japan Camera Industry Institute present the photographic exhibition entitled, “Last Samurai: Tokugawa Shogun Missions Overseas”, which opened its doors on February 18th in Cyprus.
Within the framework of this temporary exhibition, museum educators are holding a special educational programme, which includes activities like: treasure hunt, narration of Japanese legends and an “Oregami” workshop.
By their participation in this programme the students will have the opportunity:
- To learn about the history of Japan
- To learn about the cultural , religious, political and social background of Japan
- To study the Japanese traditional costumes
- To understand the importance of visual arts in the study of a historical period in time
- To enjoy themselves in the museum
All the above activities have a playful character and are free of charge. The programme will take place from February 18th until 5th of March, 2016 at the CVAR premises on 285 Ermou street in Nicosia-Cyprus.
SOURCE: Embassy of Japan/CVAR
PHOTO: Embassy of Japan